*Daily Mass Tuesday-Friday 8:30AM (Livestreamed)
*Saturday Vigil Mass 5PM (Livestreamed)
*Sunday 8:30AM & 11AM in English; 3PM in Vietnamese
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For use during Virtual Masses: Spiritual Communion Prayer
My Jesus, I believe that you are present in Holy Communion. I love you above all things and I desire you in my soul. Since I cannot receive you sacramentally, come at least spiritually in my heart, as though you are already there, I embrace you and unite myself wholly to you; permit not that I should ever be separated from you.
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Stewardship of Treasure
Everything we have is a gift from God and we’re called to share these gifts with others. This is stewardship. Stewardship is our response to God’s generosity. Please prayerfully consider how you will respond to the call for this year’s parish stewardship, which supports Holy Family Church and our many ministries. Together with our parish family, seeds of stewardship can grow. Please fill out and return your 2024 pledge card today. Or fill out the online form at archseattle.ccbchurch.com/goto/forms/1489/responses/new
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Annual Catholic Appeal
What is the Annual Catholic Appeal?
The Annual Catholic Appeal funds various ministries and services throughout the Archdiocese of Seattle. Through your generous giving, our 169 parishes & missions and 74 schools help to provide A Future Full of Hope for thousands of people throughout Western Washington.
How does the Annual Appeal differ from my parish stewardship giving?
Annual Catholic Appeal
Parishes are direct recipients of the ministries and services supported by the Annual Catholic Appeal. In addition, any money received and exceeding the parish assigned goal is returned through a rebate to your parish to use for a stated project or as needed.
Archdiocese of Seattle Resources
Partners in the Gospel
For more Partners in the Gospel information click HERE
Partners in the Gospel Update:
After more than a year of planning and consultation, the final parish families were announced February 3rd. These parish families will go into effect on July 1st under the leadership of a pastor and one or more parochial vicars. Pastors and parochial vicars will be announced this spring.
Why do we need Partners in the Gospel?
Today we face many realities that impact parish life and make it difficult to fully live out our mission. This archdiocesan-wide renewal effort will help us better support vibrant, sustainable, mission-focused parish communities across the entire Archdiocese of Seattle.
Q: How will Partners in the Gospel help us better cultivate priestly vocations?
A: Studies show the most effective way to cultivate priestly vocations is through an invitation by a parish priest. Parish families will allow priests additional time to be more present to youth and young adults to invite them toward a priestly vocation and accompany them in their discernment. Additionally, priests will be more able to lead discernment groups like the True Heart platform.
One hope for parish families, in partnership with the vocations team, is to develop and support parishioners in encouraging young men to consider a vocation of service for the Church. In many dioceses, vocation teams support priests in identifying those with a potential call to priesthood and religious life, as well as organizing discernment groups, and praying for those discerning their vocation.
Q: How are we cultivating priestly vocations?
A: The Archdiocesan vocations team has expanded to include a full-time vocations director and three associate vocations directors. This has led to more opportunities to accompany young men discerning and to invite others to consider the priesthood. Specifically, our vocations team focuses on prayer, education, and encouragement.